Finally, finally - I'm SO happy to announce that today is publication day for my newest historical romance, A SINFUL DECEPTION, which means that it's on sale everywhere, and in every format - print, ebooks, and audiobooks.
This is the second book in my Breconridge Brothers trilogy (the first book is A WICKED PURSUIT, which is also still available), but you won't feel lost if you begin here.
This is a story that's been rattling around in my head for a long time. I've always wanted to write a book that includes not just Georgian England, but also the farthest corners of the British Empire. My heroine, Serena Carew, was born in India, the daughter of a nobleman stationed there. While Serena has spent most of her life as an English lady, her Indian heritage is impossible for her to forget – and it's also one of the things that Lord Geoffrey Fitzroy, the second son of the Duke of Breconridge, comes to love about her most.
Nerdy History Girl that I am, I'll be sharing some of the background history that inspired A SINFUL DECEPTION in my next few blog posts.
Buy A SINFUL DECEPTION, in both paperback and ebook formats, from Amazon here, from Barnes & Noble here, from Books-A-Million here, and Powell's Books here. If you're a big-box-store shopper, the paperback version is available at Targethere.
You can also order both paperback and ebook editions directly from my publisher, Random House, here.
The audio version is available from Audible.com here.
For those of you in the UK, A SINFUL DECEPTION is published by Headline Books/Eternal Romance, who is offering it for sale in ebook and paperback here. It is also available from your local bookstores as well as AmazonUK here.
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